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Wednesday, July 25 • 12:00pm - 1:00pm
What's a Feature Matrix? (Room: Onyx) ADD ME

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You've run your Lean Canvas, you've generated a bunch of ideas, and you're detailing the features necessary to support your business.  The Feature Matrix, when used properly, could be a great way to organize your product design and development into sprints with budget, effort and business/user benefit considerations. This talk will provide an overview of the Feature Matrix and how to use it as a planning tool for MVP and sprint management and add in best practice in decision making framework for determining MVP without sacrificing Form and Function.

 Una vez que haya ejecutado su Lean Canvas y que haya generado ideas estará detallando las características necesarias para repotenciar su negocio. & nbsp; La matriz de características, si se usa correctamente, podría ser una excelente forma de organizar el diseño y desarrollo de productos con consideraciones de presupuesto, esfuerzo y beneficios para el negocio / usuario. Esta charla brindará una descripción general de la Matriz de funciones y cómo usarla como una herramienta de planificación para MVP y administración que agregará las mejores prácticas en el marco de toma de decisiones para determinar MVP sin sacrificar la forma y la función.

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Jon Fukuda

Chief Experience Officer, Limina Application Office, LLC
Jon is a Co-founder and Partner at Limina Application Office, LLC (Limina). Limina's mission is to bring UX Planning and Design Management to a wide range of complex information technologies.Jon has an extensive background in user experience design with a focus on UX Strategy, Design... Read More →
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Drew Jensen

VP Product, Inhabitech
Inhabitech is making smart home technology health-aware, so seniors can stay healthy and independent longer. We identify potential health concerns via subtle behavioral changes, so they can be addressed before they are serious.

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